Bmw 6 series Convertible

The 6 Series is offered in one model, the 650i, and as either a four-seat coupe or a four-place convertible with a conventional, power-operated fabric top. The details of the 6 Series experience largely depend on how you choose to equip it. Adding the Sport Package will firm up the ride and increase cornering grip via a set of 19-inch wheels and tires, while ordering the variable-ratio Active Steering quickens low-speed turning response. The most important choice buyers have to make is picking between two six-speed transmissions: a manual and a sport-oriented automatic.

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Bmw 6 series
In reviews of the BMW 6 Series, we’ve found that the ride is supple and quiet, the brakes are powerful, and despite nearly two tons of weight, handling limits remain high thanks to aggressive tires and a well-balanced rear-drive chassis. The highly praised 4.8-liter V8 makes 360 hp and 360 pound-feet of torque and provides forceful and sweet-sounding acceleration. A six-speed automatic is standard and a six-speed manual is an extra-cost option. As with any luxury touring coupe or convertible, the specific mission of the BMW 6 Series is to cover lots of road in a hurry while making its occupants look and feel great — the front ones, anyway. Unfortunately, the 6 Series offers precious little of the rear seat space found in its sedan counterpart despite similar midsize dimensions. The 6’s swoopier body lines are the reason for this, but even with the heightened focus on appearances, neither the 650i coupe nor the convertible could be considered the pinnacle of style. Standard Features
Anti-Theft & Locks
* Driver Heated Exterior Door Lock
* Power Door Locks Operated Via Remote
* Vehicle Anti-Theft Via Double Locking, Alarm, Engine Immobilizer and Interior Monitoring
* Radio Anti-Theft
* Valet Lockout
* Selective Locking/Unlocking Via Remote
Braking & Traction
* Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) Vehicle Stability Control System Operated Via ABS and Traction Control

* 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes
* Brake Fade Compensation
* Electronic Brake Force Distribution
* Traction Control
* Hill Start Control
* Brake Drying
* Corner Brake Control
* Electronic Brake Assistance
* Front Power 348-mm Ventilated Disc and Rear Power 345-mm Ventilated Disc Brakes
* Brake Standby


* Audio Pre-Wiring
* Battery
* Delayed Power Retention
* Front Power Outlet Integrated With Cigarette Lighter
* Front Cigarette Lighter

Engines & Emissions
* BMW Ultimate Service(TM) Free Scheduled Maintenance For 48 Months or 50,000 Miles
* 4.8-Liter, V8, Valvetronic(TM) Double-VANOS 32-Valve, DOHC, EFI Engine; Front/Longitudinal Mounted With Horsepower Of [email protected], Torque Of [email protected], Alloy Block and Alloy Cylinder Heads
* Extended Service Interval For Distributorless Ignition

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